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From Brian Behlendorf <br...@hyperreal.org>
Subject Re: LGPL code in Apache?
Date Tue, 21 Apr 1998 04:05:11 GMT

The plot thickens.  I pulled down libc-4.7.5 from sunsite.  No toplevel
copyright file.  The cvt stuff is in a subdir, "cvt", and there's no
copyright in there either.  There are copyrights in the des (LGPL and
Artistic?), gdbm (GPL), and ufc (LGPL) subdirectories, but not upwards from
the cvt directory.  What does this mean?  There is no copyright?  That
doesn't make sense.  Hmm.

	Brian

At 08:09 PM 4/20/98 -0700, Dean Gaudet wrote:
>libc-4 is a linux thing.  Look at um... sunsite.unc.edu:/pub/Linux/GCC
>maybe.  It could also be on tsx-11.mit.edu somewhere. 
>
>Dean
>
>On Mon, 20 Apr 1998, Brian Behlendorf wrote:
>
>> I'm having trouble even trying to determine what the precise license on
>> "GNU libc-4.6.27" is.  I'm presuming "libc-4.6.27" is really old, but just
>> how old, and what is its modern-day equivalent?  On prep.ai.mit.edu I see
>> "glibc-1.x" and "glibc-2.x", I see "libg++-2.7" and "libg++-2.8". 
>
>
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